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Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 9

by Kiiro Yumi

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This one didn't start off as my favorite, but I loved the bonus manga! It starts off with a groper in the library. Of course, Kasahara volunteers to take him on! Soon after it's time for a test! Kasahara and her fellow recruits are ready for a chance at a promotion...the only problem? The requirement is to entertain a room full of kids with a book. Both Tezuka and Iku are worried about the test, while Shibazaki seems to have a trick up her sleeve! We then move on to a news story about a magazine article from a young actor. With the word ban getting worse, both the publishers and the actor are unsatisfied with the resulting story, causing more drama for the task force! We then end with a cute bonus between Kasahara and Komaki. ( )
  Shadow494 | Feb 1, 2018 |
Take the perv down, down, down ( )
  TheYodamom | Jan 29, 2016 |
This series is so lovely but it annoys me that it is only published about twice a year. Last volume was spectacular and volume 9 follows suit. The book starts off by quickly wrapping up the "groper" problem left hanging at the end of V8 then takes on a new direction. Kasahara comes to a conclusion about her life which sets her relation with Dojo on a new grounding. This is cute and explored throughout. This book also gets back into some much needed story plot that does not revolve around the budding romance. All our rookies are preparing to take the testing to move ( )
  ElizaJane | Jul 1, 2013 |
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"There's a groper in the library and Library Force members Iku and Shibazaki are sent in as bait! Iku's undercover outfit makes her vulnerable-- will she be able to defend herself if the pervert targets her? Later, Library Force members are required to take a test that involves reading stories to a group of rambunctious schoolkids. Coming from a big, unruly family, Iku definitely has the upper hand!" -- from publisher's web site.… (more)

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